But how does the 33-year-old mother and entrepreneur keep things organized?
Bündchen’s packed days are meticulously organized on her iPhone with the Cozi app, which synchs the entire family schedule, from kids’ play dates to her press appointments to Brady’s football practices. Every single hour is accounted for and each family member is color-coordinated: She is purple, Brady is blue, and when the whole family needs to be at the same place, it’s in red. “I know what everyone is doing every second of the day,” says Bündchen.
Wow, you can’t ask for a better endorsement than that by one of the most recognized supermodels in the world.
When he first saw the story, Cape said that he wondered how many other celebrities were using the app on a regular basis.
“Mostly I was delighted to see that we were so positively impacting someone’s life that she talked about it in the hour or two interview she had with the reporter. That put a big smile on my face,” said Cape.
There was another benefit too.
“My two teenage boys only wanted to know if they would get to meet Tom and his wife, Gisele,” he said.
Bündchen’s comments come just as Cozi launches a new featured called Cozi Contacts — a shared address book for families that allows family members to easily access emergency numbers, babysitters, playdate buddies, doctors and others.
Founded in 2005 by Cape, a former Microsoft manager, Cozi has raised about $30 million in venture funding from newspaper giant Gannett Co. and others. It boasts 2.5 million active users.
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